15,000 Square Feet Of Retail Space Planned At 40-09 29th Street, Long Island City

40-09 29th StreetPre-demolition 40-09 - 40-11 29th Street, image via Google Maps

Forest Hills-based property owner Kyong I. Park has filed applications for two two-story commercial-retail buildings at 40-09 – 40-11 29th Street, in the Queens Plaza section of Long Island City, located three blocks north of the elevated tracks for the E/M/R/7 subway lines. The northern building at 40-09 29th Street will measure 10,012 square feet and the other building will measure 9,212 square feet. There will be 14,907 square feet of commercial space across both buildings, and the Schedule A notes both will be used as retail space. Iljoong Kim’s Flushing-based Chio Design Consulting is the applicant of record. A two-story house at 40-09 29th Street and the Korean Philippo Church at 40-11 29th Street must first be demolished. Permits have not yet been filed to do so.

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1 Comment on "15,000 Square Feet Of Retail Space Planned At 40-09 29th Street, Long Island City"

  1. Wow, a 2 story commercial building? if you’re going to knock down a beautiful 1875 church can you at least do something tall and residential??

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